Microsoft apparently was sick fixing new security flaws in Internet Explorer, so they decided to reintroduce one from versions 3.0 and 4.0. How pathetic is this? People, seriously, get a new web browser. Internet Explorer’s time on the Internet has long been past its welcome.
A list of things fast food companies should do, but many don’t: 1) Include napkins: First of all, a fast food place should include a napkin in the first place. You don’t know how many times I ordered one of those fast food meals that requires a napkin by your side, yet none are included. […]
Yep, he has a blog. Didn’t know he did until tonight and it is very entertaining reading for the guy any sports fan would love to have as an owner.
The fine folks at Mozilla have released Firefox 0.9.1 for mass consumption. The difference between this release and the 0.9 release is mainly a few critical bug fixes and some very nice default theme updates. I plan on writing a little review of this in the next few days if I get the time. In […]
Yesterday was the big moving day. I am out of my parent’s house (even though I enjoyed being there) for the rest of my life. I am truly “on my own” (well, with my girlfriend). More on this later tonight.
Looks like doron is working on a really cool Gmail extension for Mozilla. Gmail is becoming better by the moment because of these 3rd pary add-ons. Awsome stuff.
Looks like Microsoft wasn’t going to stay behind the pack in the free e-mail wars for long. Hotmail has announced that it will now offer 250MB of free storage right away and will offer 2GB if you pay your soul to them. The storage bump will begin in early July. So by my count, the […]
Asa of the Mozilla Foundation has revealed some very interesting screenshots of new enhancements that will appear in future Mozilla Firefox versions. The first one is of the Firefox secure site notification UI. Right now, if you visit a secure site in Firefox (or for that matter, any web browser that I can think of), […]
Been extremely busy lately. Will post some stuff tonight that I have been thinking about.
Wil Wheaton and company move fast. Go to Gmail4troops.com if you wish to donate your Gmail invites to those serving your country.